Here are the numbers:
Gov. Scott Walker leads 46%-45% among registered voters, according to the latest Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday.
Among likely voters, Burke led Walker, 47%-46%.
Walker's job approval slipped from 49% in May to 47% in July … Walker slipping among coveted independent voters, from 49% to 45%, and Burke from 40% to 44%.
Walker's likability, 45% favorable view, compared to 47% unfavorable views. Burke, 26% favorable and 24% unfavorable.
75% heard something about the John Doe investigation, while 24% had not. Among those who knew, 54% said the John Doe probe was just more politics, while 42% said it was serious.
45% of the voters said the state budget was in a better shape, 28% the same and 22% said it was in worse shape.
On jobs, 9% said the state was creating jobs faster than other states, 42% the same as others, 43% said the state was lagging others.
Only 37% would now vote to retain, and 56% would vote to repeal, the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.